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Journals of the Plague Years

by Norman Spinrad

The Plague's origins were mysterious, but its consequences were all too obvious: quarantined cities, safe-sex machines, Sex Police, the outlawing of old-fashioned love. Four people hold the fate of humanity...


The Void Captain's Tale

by Norman Spinrad

Welcome aboard the sex-drive void ship Captain Genro commands the giant spaceship Dragon Zephyr - on board are ten thousand passengers in electrocoma, a smaller number of conscious passengers eagerly utilising...


Songs from the Stars

by Norman Spinrad

He was Clear Blue Lou, perfect master of the Clear Blue Way, at one with the law of muscle, sun, wind and water governing Aquaria. She was Sunshine Sue, always in a hurry in a world that was too slow, Queen...


A World Between

by Norman Spinrad

Pacifica was a monument to freedom and equality-until the off-worlders came. The Femocrats, a party of female separatists, and the Transcendental Scientists, an institute of technofascists dedicated to male...


The Men in the Jungle

by Norman Spinrad

Bart Fraden came looking for a planet to conquer - and found the hell-hole of the galaxy Sangre - the killer planet. For three centuries Sangre had been dominated by the sadistic Brotherhood of Pain, a priesthood...


Agent of Chaos

by Norman Spinrad

The Great Tyrant rules the solar system with absolute terror. Only one man dares to fight back. The time is the 24th century. Humankind populates the entire solar system from icy Pluto to boiling Mercury. Great...


Jupiter Laughs

by Edmund Cooper

What happened on Judgement Day? Do we have Martian ancestors? Will we blow up the world? In this collection of his best SF stories, Edmund Cooper gives his own inimitably entertaining answers to these and other...


Uncertain Midnight

by Edmund Cooper

They called him the Survivor - a 20th Century man 'reborn' in 2113. After a devastating atomic holocaust, mankind had now turned to the machine to solve his problems. Which led to the androids - descended from...


Prisoner of Fire

by Edmund Cooper

Vanessa Smith looked like any normal seventeen year old girl. But Vanessa wasn't normal at all.

She possessed extraordinary telepathic powers - and in the 1990s telepathy was the ultimate weapon in psychological...


The Overman Culture

by Edmund Cooper

A boy's struggle to grasp the forbidden truth about his world Michael was quite young when he discovered that some of his playmates bled if they cut themselves, and some didn't. For a long time he didn't think...


Five to Twelve

by Edmund Cooper

The twenty-first century is drawing to an end. Earth's social structure has undergone a complete reversal - women dominate society and men have been reduced to the status of manipulated objects. Into this world...


The Cloud Walker

by Edmund Cooper

The Civilizations of the First and Second Man have been destroyed by the products of their own technology. Now the world is emerging from a new dark age into the dawn of a second Middle Ages. Britain is dominated...


The Expendables: The Deathworms of Kratos

by Edmund Cooper

The Expendables were criminals, offered pardons in exchange for exploring alien worlds. But their mission takes them to Kratos, where the local lifeform is giant, slimy and hostile!


Stand Alone Stan: A Land Fit for Heroes 2

by Philip Mann

Britannia, 1993. In a world where the Roman legionaries never left Britain a man can walk from the walls of York - or Eburacum - to the southern seas without leaving the shade of the greenwood, inhabited by...


The Eye of the Queen

by Philip Mann

An extra-terrestrial way of death. When legendary linguist Marius Thorndyke visits the bizarre planet of Pe-Ellia, he is inexorably sucked into the local way of life of sex of death. Nearly twice our size, powerful,...


The Beloved of My Beloved

by Ian Watson & Roberto Quaglia

Tattooed on a woman-sized tumour, these tales, told to it as bedtime stories, are by turns surreal, satiric, erotic, obscene, ingenious, hilarious, and quite, quite brilliant. Together, they combine to create...


The Great Escape

by Ian Watson

Predictably unpredictable, normally abnormal. Watson combines science fiction and fantasy into an eclectic mix that includes stories about fallen angels in Hell rebelling and mounting a breakout, about the inconvenience...


Salvage Rites: And Other Stories: And Other Stories

by Ian Watson

Ian Watson's latest collection shows the same range and apparently inexhaustible fund of ideas that have characterized all his previous books. No other contemporary figure in SF is so prolific or inventive a...


Evil Water: And Other Stories

by Ian Watson

In his fourth short-story collection, Watson again demonstrates the extraordinary scope of his imagination. The title story has ancient witchcraft meeting complacent modern suburbia in a tale of spine-chilling...


Slow Birds: And Other Stories

by Ian Watson

Where do the metal death gliders come from? To the glass-sailors of the five villages the slow birds that inched over the Earth at shoulder height, appearing and vanishing, were a mystery - until young Daniel...